**Coronavirus update (COVID-19)**
If you have concerns that you may have been exposed to or become infected with COVID-19, please access NHS 111 online for guidance. DO NOT attend your GP practice or hospital emergency department. Further information is also available here. gtd healthcare's COVID-19 privacy notice for patients is available here. COVID-19 information is also available in British Sign Language. Information regarding the AstraZeneca vaccination is available here.
Patients are encouraged to make sure the practice holds the correct contact details, including telephone number and email address, as there may be circumstances whereby there is a short turn-around time to invite patients for a vaccine.
Thank you for your co-operation and patience. Further information is available here.
Tameside and Glossop’s COVID-19 testing site is located at Ashton Primary Care Centre. Further information on how to get tested is available here.
Child friendly explanation of the coronavirus.
Emotional care and guidance for parents who are pregnant or are taking care of a baby or toddler.
A quick guide for parents/carers.
Healthy Minds is accessible for people over the age of 16 and who are registered with a GP in Tameside or Glossop. The service offers support and treatment for those experiencing difficulty sleeping, low mood, depression, stress, worry, anxiety, feelings of hopelessness and/or panic attacks.
Healthy Minds can also help those dealing with the effects of a long-term health problem or chronic pain, postnatal depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, or phobias.
For further information or to self-refer please visit www.penninecare.nhs.uk/healthymindstameside or phone 0161 716 4242.
Please be aware, the Macmillan support line (0808 808 00 00) is open from 8am to 8pm seven-days-a-week, for general information, emotional or financial support.
To find out more about cancer and COVID-19 please, visit https://www.macmillan.org.uk/.
Did you know:
You know your body best so talk to your doctor if something doesn’t seem right.
National screening programmes can help diagnose cancers at an early stage, when treatment is more likely to be successful. Cancer screening is for those without symptoms, so if you’ve noticed a change, please don’t wait for screening – tell your doctor as soon as possible.
Whatever cancer throws your way, Macmillan is right there with you.